Every year, more than 60 graduates leave the hallowed halls of Wittenberg
to teach in the high schools and elementary schools across the country and
around the world. Many enter the “traditional” teaching arena,
while some choose to take the paths less traveled, preferring to teach in inner-city
with the Peace Corps, the military, in graduate school or in service as missionaries.
Together, they are all called to teach, but individually, they have faced their
own struggles on their journeys of self-discovery. Here are some of their stories.